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FOX News
Oct 2, 2012 7:00pm EDT
tonight's game against the new york mets. steve harrigan live from miami marlins park. steve hit by his very first pitch. vertigo, double vision. did adam greenberg ever give up on the sport that he grew up on and loved? >> adam greenberg says since his boyhood, he had always dreamed of playing as a major league baseball player and says despite seven years of waiting and the hard injuries, he said he never gave up on that dream and the more you hear this young man talk, you realize he is someone with a remarkable attitude. >> i was at a low point a few times. but always realizing that there is light at the end and no matter what, you have two choices, you can stay down and just feel sorry for yourself or get up and keep going. >> greenberg behind signed a one-day contract for this game with the miami marlins. but he says at 31, he's still hoping to sign on full time with a team for next season, bill. >> bill: he's gotten some help with his comeback. what's happened there? >> a huge on-line drive by a film maker who says he's been inspired by greenberg hopes to get him another at bat
FOX News
Oct 5, 2012 4:00pm PDT
teammates on and off the field despite having just played one year of organized football. steve harrigan with the news live in our south florida newsroom. steve? >> harris, it takes a lot of courage to play nose tackle in football. especially if you are a 15-year-old boy with one hand. >> very difficult position to play because you get no notoriety. you know anowxer is never going to say your name. do the dirty work of the team. >> tackle all by myself. it's a blessing. definitely those moments where do i ask myself those questions. it scares me for a second but then i have to think about how the lord has blessed me with this athletic ability and just blessed me in so many ways that i can not even begin to imagine what he has planned. >> i know for a fact some the kids look at sam and they are thinking if this kid who has got this disability that he was born with if he can go that hard and he can work that arrested and he can give that much effort then i should be able to do the same. >> most people like me won't dream of trying out for high school sport but i want to show him that if i
FOX News
Oct 8, 2012 4:00pm PDT
wells to finance his campaigns. there is evidence he may have done that. steve harrigan has more. this was a fair win? >> shepherd, the opposition is conceding defeat, but also at the same time making real complaints. saying that chavez used tens of millions of dollars of government oil money to pretty much buy votes, spend it on public housing and spend it on pensions. so much so that there is real concern that the currency may have to be devalued pretty soon, shep. >> shep: steve, is there anything to come out of this that's positive for the united states? >> i think for u.s. policy makers, it is positive that this election was largely peaceful. more than 80% turnout, people waiting in lines for hours. there is concern, though, with chavez's direction, both domestically, he supplies 10% of the u.s. oil. he says he wants to sell more to china, less to the u.s. but real concerns about chavez's foreign policy. over the past several years, he's built a strong alliance with iran. that's something he intends to continue. so that's a worrying spot for u.s. policy makers. >> shep: stev
FOX News
Oct 3, 2012 7:00pm EDT
forget hanging dempled chads during the recount in 2000. i would like to. steve harrigan is live in our florida newsroom. tell us more about this lengthy ballot. >> shepard, it's really these 11 constitutional amendments which make the ballots so long. for the average voter they estimate it could take up to 22 minutes just to read the ballots. so there is real concern on election day some voters may simply drop out. >> you get people who look at this long ballot. it's 5, 6, 7, 8, 12 pages long and they say that's too much for me to tackle. they get put off and don't go at all. people who might go and vote for senate and congress suddenly look at this as a daunting task and now they are not going to do it at all. >> those 12 pages printed on both sides in english, spanish and creole will have to be scanned into a machine one page at a time. >> shepard: i guess people can read them online if they want to. what about delays? are they working on a fix? >> right now floridians are being encouraged to vote by mail. several counties also saying they will actually pay the postage. it's going to
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